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11-23-2011 @ 8:24AM
I might surprise a lot of people there, but when I want to have a good time, I just run random heroics! Not ZA/ZG. Heroics.I'm a 380 ilvl Enhance shaman and boy I love my spec! I love my char so much that I haven't played any other in 2 years. I love to DPS on it, it' so awesome. Sometimes I just feel like "Damn, I haven't got any fun for a while." Then I queue for a random heroics, I top the meters with ~8-10k above everyone else. I don't care. I help them. I have fun. I'm having a good time.It won't be a surprise then to tell you guys I can't wait for "timed" runs in MoP with medals and stuff. Now I'll have a very good time!!
11-23-2011 @ 10:14AM
I do the same thing on my tankadin. Take a break from doing zuls and queue up for some regulars. Lot of other high gear people doing that here lately too, I think they're JP capping for the patch.
11-23-2011 @ 10:57AM
I used to do it in Wrath. I would chain random heroics one after another. I guess the other players loved getting an ICC-geared tank as well :)Unfortunately, I can't stand Cata's Heroics.
11-23-2011 @ 11:13AM
I do this as well :) I always get the same reaction in my full T12 "Holy _______". It's nice to know I make their day by making their run super easy, plus I can explain any fights that they might need. I am super nice about it too. In reality all I do it for is the JP (BOA gear FTW!) and the Chaos Orb.... also for the lulz. I actually like most of the dungeons, even Halls of Org which used to be the bane of my existence on normal (Got it three times in a row one night!) it's now something I really enjoy doing :)
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